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Wednesday, September 28, 2016
To Hear

Harold Meyerson

Executive Editor

The American Prospect

Speak on

Trump, Sanders and the Politics of Revolt

The Officers and Board of Governors of DC LERA invite you to join us for lunch on September 28 to hear Harold Meyerson’s expert insights into the politics powering the unexpected popularity of political revolutionaries in the Republican and Democratic parties and his prognosis about the future of traditional American politics.

Meyerson is an American journalist and opinion columnist. In 2009 The Atlantic Monthly named him one of “the most influential commentators in the nation.” He is currently Executive Editor of the The American Prospect.
 

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Earlier this year...
June
Trade, Jobs and Wages with guest speaker Robert E. Scott, Senior Economist and Director of Trade and
Manufacturing Policy Research, Economic Policy Institute. Click here to learn more...
 
May
Organizing for Greater 
Economic, Racial and Social Justice
with guest speaker Prof. Marilyn Sneiderman, Professor, Rutgers University School of Management and Labor Relations/Director, Center for Innovation in Worker Organizations. Click here to learn more...

 
April
Women in the U.S. Labor Market
with speakers Sharon Block, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy, U.S. Department of Labor and Elizabeth Shuler, Secretary-Treasurer of the AFO-CIO.
A new movement of working people is emerging in the U.S. labor market. It is more female and racially diverse than its predecessors. Women now make up nearly half the U.S. workforce, yet they still make only 79 cents for every dollar paid to men.  The question of the day is whether workers can obtain the political power and economic justice that past generations enjoyed.
 

March
The Fight for Rights for Public Sector Workers – A Reflection on the Current State of Events with guest speaker William (Bill) Lucy, Secretary-Treasurer of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Emeritus Click here to learn more...